Without a Prescription
By stopping the blood cells called platelets from clotting, Ticlid helps smooth flow of blood to the brain without hurdles.
Ticlid can rejuvenate ischemic patients with a fresh lease of life by cutting short the dreads of sudden bouts of mini strokes.
Ticlid is a time tested and popular name amongst variety of Antithrombotic drugs flooding the market.
Ticlid is prescribed for people who cannot take aspirin.
Ticlid is prescribed in the reduction of risk for strokes.
Ticlid is prescribed to prevent cardiac arrest in patients suffering from other disorders.
Ticlid is prescribed to provide voluntary relief to ischemic patients.
Ticlid is only used for patients with a risk for stroke.
Ticlid reduces the chances of ischemic attacks thereby cutting down the occurrence of mini strokes.
Ticlid is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
- Liver disease;
- Kidney disease;
- History of dental surgery;
- High Cholesterol level;
Do not take Ticlid with any of the following drugs:
- Orudis KT;
Ticlid side effects that you should report to your health care professional or doctor as soon as possible:
Ticlopidine can occasionally cause:
- Acid stomach;
Reported Ticlid overdose symptoms are:
- Breathing trouble;
- Lack of logical functioning;
Other Brand Names
In some countries Ticlid may also be known as:
- Neo Fulvigal;
Tablets: 250 milligrams.
Ticlid should be taken at doses specifically directed by the physician. Over use can lead bleeding and a fall in your white cell count. Blood testing may be used to monitor for side effects.
Patients should maintain follow-up appointments for blood tests and report to the doctor any sign of increase infection, bruising, or bleeding while taking and two weeks after stopping Ticlid.